move is as an event for 16 performers, working in pairs, that explores basic dualities of caregiving and also of dance practice: touching and being touched, watching and being witnessed, movement through the body and that same body’s movement through space.
Inside the Art presentations offer audiences a journey into the heart of the ideas that underlie Peggy Baker’s works as a choreographer and interpreter, and a glimpse of the inner workings of danced art.
Created with Sarah Chase in 2004, The Disappearance of Right and Left is a seamless combination of modern dance and storytelling. Peggy recounts 12 interweaving family stories, using direct address, poetry and movement.
Flux is a free, no-experience-required workshop for people of all ages who would like to participate in a group movement experience. It can be tailored for dancers, non-dancers, or for mixed-abilities groups.
A master teacher, Peggy Baker teaches regularly at universities and professional training programs throughout Canada and the U.S. Master classes for dance students and professional dance artists can be tailored to all levels of experience and size of group, and can be based in technique, creative practice, or repertoire.